FuelQuest's Grail 2005

Named fast-growing tech firm

Published in CSP Daily News

HOUSTON FuelQuest Inc., a provider of supply chain management and tax automation technologies for suppliers, distributors and buyers of petroleum products, will hold its third-annual User's Conference & Training Seminar, April 24- 27, 2006. Due to growing participation, The San Luis Resort in Galveston, Texas, has been selected as the new conference site.

Training sessions will cover both the basics of the company's solutions, as well as some of its latest capabilities.

Registration opens early January 2006. See www.fuelquest.com for the preliminary agenda, registration and hotel information.

Meanwhile, after posting 106% revenue growth between 2003 and 2004 FuelQuest was recognized as the seventh fastest-growing technology company in the Greater Houston Area according to the Houston Business Journal's FastTech 50.

The FastTech 50 recipients included 226 candidates from all forms of technology, ranging from biotechnology and hardware to services and software.

FuelQuest integrates the downstream energy value chain through web-based supply chain management and tax automation technologies. The company delivers the lowest fuel and logistics costs to suppliers, distributors and buyers of motor fuels and lubricant products. The FuelQuest solution provides transparency and controls into fuel procurement and financial reconciliation processes between downstream energy supply chain partners. Key value areas include strategic sourcing, logistics optimization, remote inventory tank monitoring, fuel transaction reconciliation, environmental compliance and fuel excise tax compliance.